I wear this bra on the tightest setting, and the 32d fits as well as the construction will allow. This bra is very soft and comfortable... But as with all non-wired bras (and even plunge wired bras) my breast tissue migrates to the middle and starts falling out, even if I scoop and swoop. I find myself having to do that every 30 minutes or so if I want them to stay put. Maybe I need double sided tape.
I mostly wear this bra on days I'm not doing anything more than sitting around the house. The hunt for a wirefree bra continues.
Before I knew my properly measured bra size (a shallow 28D), this was my favorite bra - both in how it fit and how comfortable it was. Now I'm aware of how it doesn't fit perfectly, but it still has some redeeming qualities. And if it actually comes in your size, I'd definitely recommend it!
Something great about this bra, is that it seems to do quite well for shallow breasts. When I scoop and swoop, I get some nice cleavage. Granted, since this bra doesn't have underwire, some of the breast tissue migrates towards my sides throughout the day and the cleavage disappears - ...but I don't have trouble filling the cups even though I'm pretty shallow. The top of the cups lays nicely against my chest, and doesn't gap on my smaller breast. My large breast quadboops a bit when I scoop and swoop - again, because the sister size I ought to be wearing is a 32B, I guess.
Since I'm a 28D and this is a 32A, the band is definitely looser than it should be. I wear the band on the tightest setting, and even then, when I raise my arms in the air, the band slides up a bit onto my breast tissue. I've owned two of these bras for about a year, and have seem them stretch out over time. Probably right after I bought them this would have been less of a problem - but after a year of owning them, they've definitely stretched out.
Any in general, this bra is really comfortable for me! Given the lack of underwire. If it comes in your size, I'd definitely recommend trying it out. Read more 180 more words